January 30, 2018

What They Don’t Teach You About Sovereignty, Survival, And Invasion

Two key referendums will need to take place as a part of our future nation-building; one being republic and the other being about Indigenous recognition. As we reflect on our […]
October 11, 2017

Sydney Anglicanism, political engagement and marriage

Anglicans were a key part of the colonial establishment from the very beginnings of the Sydney colony. They were a key part of control of convicts and subjugation of Australia’s […]
July 17, 2017
Dodson signing

Dodson to the Senate (prelude)

Pat Dodson was nominated to fill a casual Senate vacancy by the WA Labor Party in 2016 after the resignation of Senator Joe Bullock. This required ratification of a joint […]
June 20, 2017

Empires, Refugees and Uluru

Empire and colonial expansion impacted on so many different people, in different ways, but with many commonalities. Empire provides a framework for examining terrorism, refugee rights and the rights of […]